The Week in Real Estate
A round-up of real-estate news and gossip.
• Work on the site of the old George Washington University hospital is set to begin. The space will house a mixed-use development to include office space and a grocery store. [DC Metrocentric]
• 4901 Hampden Lane, a 53-condo unit project once slated for construction in Bethesda, has been nixed. Triumph Development blames the slumping real estate market and Montgomery County’s delayed response in greenlighting the project. [DC Mud]
• Mayor Fenty was at the Park Place in Petworth to celebrate the completion of the project’s concrete superstructure. When finished, Park Place will feature more than 160 condo units. [Petworth News]
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